Thursday, June 28, 2007

The Truth About Toxic Mold

I am really into Allergies, right now. By the time I am finished I will have created the Unified (Fungus) Field Theory of Allergies and compromised immune response to everyday organisms. Already I am forming this theory in my mind that there is a lot more to illness than we commonly assume or believe. The approach modern science takes is not the Alchemical approach.

The Alchemical approach is that organisms inhabit us or create chaos with our inner system when there are key imbalances. So, my Unified (Fungus) Field Theory is that the imbalance is caused by mold, mycotoxins, fungi and yeast overgrowth thus creating a perfectly ploughed field for bacteria.

Of course, I have nothing to back up my theory other than careful observation and step by step elimination of standard assumptions. I partly eliminate the assumptions because the 'cures' do not work. In theory, if I can find a way to target and eliminate the mold/yeast/fungus and it works for me, then I know I am on the right track.

For example, the infrared heat does eliminate toxins and bacteria from the joints in the body. This means that if my body reacts to a change in weather on a moist or heavy thunderstorm day, I can clear up that reaction using mild infrared heat, and for me it works. Since I began this experiment there has not been one situation that the infrared heat did not clear up (almost immediately).

The next experiment is observing how to understand the symptoms and reactions, search for a solution, test out the solution and find out if my theories are all wrong or if they are right.

It came to my mind that it is highly probable that a number of factors lead to a virus or bacteria gaining a successful foothold in the body, and in my opinion one factor is fungus and mold (mycotoxins). Then add to that alterations in body electricity (nerves, blood and cells), changes in polarity (organs and tissues) and the possability that the fungus and mold gets into the bone marrow and compromises the creation of healthy blood cells. Just stop to consider that at birth bone marrow is red and yellows with age. Therefore, can certain forms of yeast and fungus compromise the health of bone marrow? It is an interesting question.

The kefir (sauerkraut) diet has cleared up 70 to 80 percent of my previous symptoms. I tried out the candida SPIT test again and the results (for me) have been dramatic. The only way I can describe it is that the yeast seems to be drying up and dying, it no longer has this solid jellyfied mucous strength it had previously. Now it is grainy, sandy and dissolves completely in filtered water. As a result the electro-sensitivity during thunderstorms has now completely disappeared.

My next test will be the vegan probotics. I was also thinking of trying out magnets. I will do what Hulda Clark suggests and I will North pole magnetise all my drinking water. I have a few other ideas, but that means sticking magnets to things in certain designs to see if I can create a running field. I have to try it out first before I can comment.

I am testing a new magnetic field effect where you hold your hands in a prayer like shape without the hands touching and then you run a clockwise energy around the open space between the hands. My other theory is that religion is/was a science, and what people are worshipping today in the form of words is in reality a highly complex practical (when applied) sacred science. Only, the complete manuscripts got torn up and rearranged in fragmented chunks like reading Einstein back and forwards without knowing e=mC2. Is the original prayer a unified field? Was the original practice of religion an applied sacred science? Did the healers know how to effect polarity in ways that instantly negated the frequencies of fungus/mold?

About Toxic Mold
Learn the truth about toxic mold, symptoms of toxic mold syndrome, how to protect your home and family, and how to test for mycotoxin.

Mold is a microscopic organism or fungi that grows in damp environments. There are about 200,000 harmless types of mold; they pose no threat to our health. It’s a good thing most mold is harmless because it is quite omnipresent. It can be found in soil, in the air, and wherever there is moisture, oxygen, and some organic matter. You'll find mold in gardens, on some grasses and weeds, on grains like corn and wheat; It especially likes moist, shady areas. Mold can also be found indoors, in your home or work place.

There are four environmental factors that must exist in order for mold to thrive. If you remove any of these items, mold would not be able to survive. Those four factors are:

• Mold Spores that are circulating in the environment - This is not a problem, since mold spores are literally everywhere they would be impossible to eliminate

• Food - mold is not finicky! Virtually any substance that is a carbon based organic material will provide sustenance for mold

• Temperature - mold likes to live in the same temperatures that people like, so our homes will usually provide a very cozy place for mold to “start a family!”

• Moisture - mold likes it wet. A humidity level of about 70% is required for most molds to grow. Since people usually live in environments that have less humidity, moisture is the one factor (out of the four) that is the easiest to control

Toxic Mold in the News
So why is mold in the news with stories of exhorbitant litigation, serious respiratory illness, asthma, cancer, and the contamination of buildings so damaged they required extensive mold remediation or demolition?

A handful of mold types are dangerous and they present a serious health threat if they take hold and multiply in your home. This type of mold is referred to as toxic mold or toxic black mold, and when it multiplies, it sends dangerous spores called mycotoxins into your living environment. These mycotoxins interfere with cell and DNA function, resulting in serious health problems. Official names of these mycotoxins include: trichothecenes, beta glucans, nitric oxides, and aflatoxins.

A few of the most dangerous molds are named: stachybotrys mold or black mold, penicillium, and aspergillus; and they have been associated with respiratory illness, skin rashes, memory problems, and brain damage. Diseases are also associated with toxic mold exposure: kidney cancer, esophagus cancer, leukemia, and liver cancer.

Physicians are experiencing an increase in patients with toxic mold symptoms. No wonder, it is estimated that mold affects about 25% of the homes in the U.S. Why is the incidence of mold on the rise? We are not entirely certain. However, when you combine building materials like sheetrock with moisture from a plumbing leaks, you have a fertile breeding ground for mold. Even without household leaks, contemporary building practices that utilize air-tight construction and energy conservation techniques create a more fertile ground for mold to multiply, since houses such as this do not allow air to readily flow in and out. To make matters worse, modern central heating and air conditioning systems circulate mold spores very efficiently, greatly facilitating their ability to reproduce. Are we creating efficient-modern, toxic buildings?

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All About Black Mold - The Black Mold Lawyer
Different species of fungi have probably been present in human suffering since the dawn of time. In fact, the adverse health effects of fungal exposure are mentioned in the Book Of Leviticus. However, it wasn’t until relatively recently that the scientific community has identified mold and other fungi as a possible cause of human’s adverse health effects. Today, certain fungi and mold are known to the scientific and medical world to be responsible for allergies, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, humidifier fever, infections, mushroom poisoning, mycotoxicoses, mucous membrane irritation, and many other ailments. A few examples of fungi/mold species that can be hazardous to the health of humans include:
• Penicillium
• Aspergillus
• Stachybotrys
• Paecilomyces
• Fusarium
• Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins are poisonous substances that are produced by fungi. They are one reason for the adverse health effects that molds have on humans. They occur when humans inhale or ingest fungal spores. Mycotoxins tend to concentrate in fungal spores, and thus present a potential hazard to those who inhale these airborne spores. Toxigenic spores can have a significant affect on the function of the alveolar macrophage and be a health hazard to those exposed. Dangerous mold species include Stachybotrys atra, Aspergillus versicolor, and several toxigenic species of Penicillium.

Health Effects of Toxic Molds
Although mold affects individuals differently and to different degrees, the following are some of the most common adverse health effects:

• Respiratory problems---wheezing, difficulty in breathing
• Nasal and sinus congestion
• Eyes-burning, watery, reddened, blurry vision, light sensitivity
• Dry, hacking cough
• Sore throat
• Nose and throat irritation
• Shortness of breath and lung disease
• Chronic fatigue
• Skin irritation
• Central nervous system problems
(constant headaches, loss of memory, and mood changes)
• Aches and pains
• Fever
• Headaches
• Diarrhea
• Immune suppression

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